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    Bikenut Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by Blueshell View Post
    Originally Posted by Bikenut View Post
    It never ceases to amaze me when folks post something on the internet that amounts to a confession of committing a crime.
    It shouldn't.
    On second thought... considering who did the posting.... I'm not.

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    Unless you're active duty military I bet that the state you DO live in has laws that require you get that's states drivers license, register your vehicles in that state, transfer your vehicle insurance to a carrier recognized in the state you live in.....etc., etc.
    “Religion is an insult to human dignity. Without it you would have good people doing good things and evil people doing evil things.
    But for good people to do evil things, that takes religion.” ― Steven Weinberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by XD40scinNC View Post
    Unless you're active duty military I bet that the state you DO live in has laws that require you get that's states drivers license, register your vehicles in that state, transfer your vehicle insurance to a carrier recognized in the state you live in.....etc., etc.
    To my knowledge all states have such a time restriction. However, the clock starts upon becoming a resident of the state, and residency it typicaly defined as maintaining a residence within the state.

    If you never maintain a residence, you never become a resident.

    I lived & worked in Oklahoma for 8 months and never needed to transfer my license and registration. Likewise all company vehicles retain SD plates since the company's headquartered in SD, even though not a single one of the project sites is in SD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    Simple, you never stated until post #6 that you had NO residence address.
    I stated it 10 months ago, and you were the first respondent in that thread: http://www.usacarry.com/forums/gener...tml?highlight=
    30 years in the military and you never learned to pay attention to detail? You must have been active duty.

    I am no longer a resident of SD, yet SD is the only state I can have a handgun transferred to me by an FFL unless and until I can establish residency in the state I currently live and work in.

    I am not a resident of any other state, just SD, so all your talk of alternative documentation to prove residency in another state is completely irrelevant. You can only have a handgun transferred to you within your state or residency. I'm sorry you didn't know that. It's called the interstate handgun transfer ban and is currently under challenge by 2 separate federal cases.

    When the day comes that I do establish residency in a new state, it will be with a UPS store address. UPS sells their physical address just as RV parks will let you use their office address (even though you don't "actually live" in the building at all, sometimes not even in line of site) for as long as you have a paid lot, and that address is ok to use on Form 4473 even if you aren't using that RV lot at the time you buy the handgun (as seasonal travelers do).

    As you may or may not recall from the aforementioned thread, I don't hide anything from an FFL I buy from. One clerk at Cabella's halted the sale out of caution even-though 2 other clerks were ok with my address (one of which was a manager I was selling a gun to in the same transaction), so I went to Scheels and bought the same gun with the same address and hid nothing and walked out with the gun. Next time I change my state of residency, however, I'll get a passport card with the UPS store address. That clerk at Cabella's said she would go through with the transfer if I had a federal document with that address on it (she suggested I bring a copy of my orders, but my orders had a PO box on them lol).

    Thanks for ruining what was supposed to be a fun rant thread.

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